DECISION-MAKING IN WATER MANAGEMENT SHOULD BE BASED ON ECOSYSTEM PARADIGM AND PREVENTIVE MANAGEMENT OF DISASTER AND POLLUTION
The management of water resources in a watershed must respect in particular the ecosystems and nature as a whole, designing actions and implementing programs, projects, services and works in such a way as to create conditions for local preservation and sustainability.
At the same time, devices should always be evaluated and developed to strengthen preventive management and the constant recovery of degradation and damage, as well as aspects of preventing residual pollution.
Another line of sight to be planned and built in the wide territory of a watershed is the insertion of preventive measures to natural disasters such as floods, inundations, landslides, etc.
In this regard, citizen participation in this strategic planning agenda and ensuring sustainability in a river basin should be preceded by information and knowledge acquired through training and qualification, but also through direct involvement and participation in bodies and associations that have in their goals care for our waters.